“Antonia’s Line”

March 13, 2009 - 8:00 PM to 8:00 PM

FridayFLICS@ ArtRage!
All films begin at 8pm. $5 suggested donation.

FridayFLICS @ ArtRage celebrates Women’s History Month

“Antonia’s Line” (1996)

Directed by Marleen Gorris

A Dutch matron founds and, for several generations, watches over a suppportive, matriarchal community where feminism and liberalism flourish.

Oscar: Best Foregin language Film
Toronto Film Festival: Most Popular Film
Nederlands Film Festival Golden Calf Award

“Harsh and gentle, sensual and intellectual, wise-ass and heartfelt — it’s a full package” –filmcritic.com

“Here is female empowerment as you’ve never seen it on screen before, with the narrative daring to make no compromises at all.” –Sacramento Bee

“A wonderfully eccentric film about the high value of feminine friendship, independence, intuition, and solidarity” – Spirituality and Practice

“Thematically rich…challenges different philosophies about death…And it gently advances the director’s feminist agenda, illustrating that women can thrive (not just survive) without men” – reelreviews.com